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2019 Annual NETA Conference

  • 04 May 2019
  • 8:00 AM - 6:30 PM
  • UMass Boston, Boston MA


  • Rate for NETA members - expires March 21st, 2019
  • Valid until March 21st, 2019, for non-members of NETA
  • Onsite registration, day of conference, for NETA members
  • For non-members of NETA, same day registration
  • Registration for NETA members from March 22nd until April 27th (one week before conference)
  • Valid from March 22 until April 27 (one week before conference), for nonmembers of NETA
  • For university students with a valid .edu email address; rate from December 2018 until April 27, 2019 (one week before conference)
  • Student price for onsite registration on May 4, 2019
  • Register here if you have committed to working as a volunteer during at least half the conference day

Registration is closed

Each year, the New England Translators Association (NETA) holds the largest annual translation and interpreting conference in the region, bringing together over 200 translators, interpreters, project managers, and other language professionals. 

Join us in 2019 for a day filled with learning, networking, and collaborating. The conference is once again held in collaboration with the University of Massachusetts Boston, at its beautiful Campus Center. The date is Saturday, May 4, 2019, from 8:30 am to 6 pm.

Registration includes all meals, a keynote and endnote presentation, a full schedule of presentations by seasoned interpreters and translators from around the region and the country, a reception and prize drawing at the end, and an academic track led by university students and professors.

Our theme this year is Innovation from Within: Interpreters and Translators Shaping the Present and Future of the Field. Our keynote speaker is Jonathan Levy, a professional educator and language services consultant based in Arizona. His talk is entitled "The Linguist as Analyst: Where Expertise Adds Value." Our endnote speaker is Ewandro Magalhães, a senior diplomatic interpreter and former chief interpreter of a United Nations agency. He is based in New York City, and his talk is about personal branding for interpreters and translators.

Don't miss this opportunity to interact face-to-face with the most active and committed T&I professionals in New England, allowing you to expand your business contacts, stay updated on new developments in the field, and develop lasting professional relationships.

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